charm with

charm (someone) with (something)

To enthrall and interest someone with something. During my visit this weekend, the school tried to charm me with activities and future internship opportunities, but I'm still just not interested in going there. She's no fool, so you'll have a hard time charming her with money alone.
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charm someone with something

to enchant or fascinate someone with something. He charmed her with stories of his house on the beach. She charmed him with her bright smile.
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She also has the classic silhouettes with the dates of her children's births etched in them, and she has a charm with their photograph on it, too, from back when the Auburn Mall was new.
Charlie Kate (Gena Rowlands) is an intuitive healer: When we first meet her, she's rescuing a lynched black man who gives her a charm with the explanation, ``It brings an easy life to those who carry it - you ought to have it.
Since then, Stevens and Baffert have tried to drill the speed back into Silver Charm with a series of fast workouts, the latest a five-eighths-of-a-mile blast Monday whose 57-second clocking was best of the morning by 1 3/5.
And we're going for the Triple Crown,'' shouted Bob Lewis, the California beer distributor who owns Silver Charm with his wife, Beverly.